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post #11 of 50 (permalink) Old 09-25-2018, 11:04 PM
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Depends. Locally, it's the Wrangler, on and off road transportation. For longer trips the pickup. For fast trips Camaro
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i had used my daily which is a nissan altima but the wife wasnt really liking the idea of deer in the trunk. I have been trying to convince her to let me get a super duty when the altima is paid off. trying to sell her on the usefulness of having a truck for all the things we do.
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04 Toyota Tundra, it's my everyday drive with only 110,000 mies on it. The nice thing about it, it has enough dings, dents and scrapes on it that I no longer care how rough, or how much brush is along the side of that old logging road. If that's where I want or need to go, I'm going.

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post #14 of 50 (permalink) Old 09-26-2018, 09:28 AM
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2016 Chevy Silverado 1500 Midnight Edition. I love it, but trading it in mid-November for a 19'

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98 Honda CRV with 251K miles. Clear coat is peeling off and there's a dent in the roof from tying a 6 pt up there a few years ago.
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2006 GMC Sierra Crew Cab. Only 80K miles. I bought it new and I still love it. My son is 17 so I rarely see it anymore. My cousin sells them so all the guys in the family have Sierra's. The rockers are rotting but I am replacing them this weekend. The prices on new trucks are obscene. I'm not cheap but there is no way I am paying what they want. I will be buying used for the next one.
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2010 Chevy Silveraydo crew cab with about 110K miles.....and no that is not a typo (check out Amiri King's YouTube videos on the Chevy Silveraydos - a bit vulgar but hilarious).

I use it as a truck in every sense of the word - not babied with plenty of time in the woods, fields, mud, and snow with a number of dents and dings to show for it. It has towed the goose hunting trailer, trailers for of lumber, and trailers full of tractors and other food plot equipment.....bed has been full of various dead critters, stone, mulch, firewood, cabin supplies, lumber, potted trees and shrubs, hunting supplies, etc.
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Here's my 2017 F-150 4door 4x4 with 6.5' bed and factory loading ramps.


I need that in order to take "my legs" to go hunting. It's a highly modified EZ-GO electric cart. This is me and #1 & #2 grandsons last winter joy riding.
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Here's my 2017 F-150 4door 4x4 with 6.5' bed and factory loading ramps.


I need that in order to take "my legs" to go hunting. It's a highly modified EZ-GO electric cart. This is me and #1 & #2 grandsons last winter joy riding.
Steeltrap....Iíve never seen these ramps before. Is there a built in spot to stow them. Iíve havenít seen telescoping ramps before either. Looks like they would be handy.
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